EJHS, St. A, St. Michael, T-town Claim Two Junior High Boys Wins, Area Roundup

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Published on December 4 2013 1:09 pm
Last Updated on December 4 2013 1:09 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Effingham St. Anthony nabbed two victories in junior high boys basketball competition Tuesday evening.

The Bullpups defeated Beecher City in the seventh-grade contest 49-13. Blanchette led 11 players in scoring with 10 points. Milleville and Wortman chipped in with nine each. The Bullpups are still unbeatn at 8-0.

In a seventh-grade contest Monday, St. Anthony beat Jasper County 58-22.

In the eighth-grade game, St. Anthony bounced Beecher City 62-14. Parker Seachrest led the way with 16 points while Chris Heuerman added 12. Beecher City was led by Kaleb Doty with five.

At Beecher City

Seventh-Grade Game

St. Anthony            11    18    14    6    --    49

Beecher City            4      5      2    2    --    13

St. Anthony -- Blanchette 10, Ludwig 2, Milleville 9, Strullmyer 4, Wall 3, Guy 2, Wortman 9, B. Niebrugge 2, W. Niebrugge 2, Schultz 4, Wenthe 2

Beecher City -- Duff 4, Stewart 7, Morales 2

Eighth-Grade Game

St. Anthony          23    12    23    4    --    62

Beecher City          2    10      0    2    --    14

St. Anthony -- Nuxoll 8, Utz 4, Walsh 5, Seachrist 16, Brandt 4, Heuerman 12, Guy 3, Lawrence 4, Willenborg 2, Zimmerman 2, Goeckner 2

Beecher City -- Doty 5, Kollman 3, Duckwitz 2, Stewart 4

 

At Effingham

Effingham picked up two victories over Salem Franklin Park. In the seventh-grade contest, the Mustangs won 52-14.

Landon Wolfe tallied 26 points and Zach Lee chipped in with 11. The Mustangs improve to 9-0 on the season.

In the eighth-grade game, the Mustangs edged Salem Franklin Park 43-39. The Mustangs took a 19-15 halftime lead then had a 14-6 third period run. Hull tallied 19 points and pulled down five rebounds while Bryce Lohman had five rebounds. The Mustangs are now 8-1.

Effingham will head to St. Anthony Thursday.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

Salem Franklin Park            4       5       2    3    --    14

Effingham                             19    14    17    2    --    52

Salem Franklin Park -- Brubaker 4, Silvey 4, Watson 4, Quinn 1, Hess 1

Effingham -- Poland 3, Hagler 4, Bushur 4, Jackson 2, Wolfe 26, Rich 2, Lee 11

Eighth-Grade Game

Salem Franklin Park            9    6      6    18    --    39

Effingham                            14    5    14    10    --    43

Salem Franklin Park -- Brown 4, Phillips 6, Wimberly 4, Crosby 14, Roth 8, Harness 3

Effingham -- Hull 19 (5 rebounds), Sandifer 3, Levitt 7, Hill 4, Koester 3, Morrissey 3, Lohman (5 rebounds)

 

At Effingham

Sigel St. Michael handed Effingham Sacred Heart two losses. St. Michael was a 51-19 winner in seventh-grade play.

Ini the eighth-grade contest, St. Michael won 56-23. Kreke tallied 18 and Wolke 13 for the winners. The Shamrocks were led by C. Helmink with 11.

At Effingham

Seventh-Grade Game

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Eighth-Grade Game

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Sigel St. Michael -- Wolke 13, Althoff 8, Kreke 18, Schumacher 5, Cornell 6, Hoene 4, Hill 2

Sacred Heart -- Bowlin 3, Sherrod 7, Helmink 11, Rogers 2

 

At Marshall

Teutopolis claimed two wins over Marshall. T-town was a 39-31 winner in seventh-grade action. Dawson Smith tallied 21 points for the winners. Heffner led Marshall with 10.

In the eighth-grade contest, T-town won 55-31. Lee Hardiek scored 16 and Collin Funneman 11 for T-town. Boyer led Marshall with nine.

At Marshall

Seventh-Grade Game

Teutopolis          9    11    6    13    --    39

Marshall             8     7    5    11    --    31

Teutopolis -- Smith 21, Runde 6, Weber 3, Probst 6, Hardiek 2, Deters 1

Marshall -- Tharp 6, Heffner 10, VanDolan 3, Wood 1, Downs 6, Sanders 4, Profitt 1

Eighth-Grade Game

Teutopolis          14    14    16    11    --    55

Marshall               3      5    14     9    --    31

Teutopolis -- Goeckner 7, Funneman 11, Kremer 5, Jansen 2, Addis 3, Hardiek 16, Schlink 2, Dust 9

Marshall -- Frank 6, Tharp 5, Daugherty 6, Schumacher 3, Boyer 9, Evans 2